As some of you may know, I recently took on a permanent job as a SharePoint advisor at ErgoGroup in Norway. Of course, as for any SharePoint job these days, that has meant crazy busy days, and sadly, that has also meant I haven’t been able to write as much as I should.
I also said that the next issue of Understanding SharePoint Journal would be on low-code Visual Studio workflows for SharePoint. That proved to be more of a challenge than I anticipated. The point-and-click demonstrations you usually see are far from as point-and-click in the real world, and trying to come up with useful scenarios that required little or no code, using essentially a code generation tool, was no easy feat.
So, the issue was delayed, and I thank you all for your patience. Now the wait is over, and I’m happy to announce that issue 7 is now available to the public. Actually, the announcement was sort of made yesterday, and I’ve already begun getting feedback on the content. So far, it’s all good, but I love to hear your thoughts and opinions, even if you are not part of the ‘This is the best thing since sliced bread’ feedback crowd.
In any case, you can get the issue on the webpage at http://www.sharepointvisualstudioworkflows.com/. Feel free to let me know what you think about the new layout as well, it took me some time to get the illustration right 🙂
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